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Analysis and Response

There are many genre characteristics in the ‘Doctor Who’ episode ‘World’s End’ that make it a Science-Fiction Fantasy Drama. It is a drama because it is pretty much dramatic throughout most of the episode.

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‘Doctor Who’: ‘The Dalek Invasion of Earth’: Episode 1: ‘World’s End’ Analysis

Essentially the episode starts off with the title sequence and then it goes into a scene with a Roboman walking into the River Thames. Then it cuts to a shot of The TARDIS materialising and then cuts again to shot inside The TARDIS where The Doctor is pressing, pushing and pulling loads of knobs and dials on the console after his flips his handkerchief all over it to dust it off.

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‘Doctor Who’ Video Clip 1: ‘The Dalek Invasion of Earth’ (1960’s) (Formal)

This is a clip from 1960’s ‘Doctor Who’ from the end of a serial called ‘The Dalek Invasion of Earth’.

It shows The Doctor played by an old man (William Hartnell) saying goodbye to his companion and grandaughter Susan Foreman (played by Carole Ann Ford). Susan is unwillingly staying with a person called David Campbell to spend the rest of her life with him and to probably get married and have kids with him.

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